New Homes in Richmond Upon Thames
With beautiful and extensive green spaces such as Richmond Park and the Royal Kew Gardens, historic houses Ham House and Hampton Court and a beautiful riverside with restaurants, pubs and bars, Richmond can be considered amongst the most rich and stunning suburban areas of the world whilst still only being a short commute away from Central London. the appeal of Richmond Upon Thames is undisputed.
Despite the high price tag it is hard to see property investment in Richmond Upon Thames devalue much through time. If you're looking for a prime investment option. Richmond could be your best choice.
Take a look at all available new homes in and near Richmond by browsing the development list below.
Live the Richmond upon Thames life
From the transport links to the vast green spaces and enviable culture, new homes in Richmond upon Thames are always in high demand. We can help you steal a march on the competition thanks to offers such as like the popular London Help to Buy scheme, which helps your money go further.
Things to see and do in Richmond upon Thames
Richmond’s riverside dining, drinking and cafe options are all top drawer, so it’s lucky there are lots of beautiful open spaces to burn off the energy. Richmond Park is particularly large, considering its location, while the borough also plays host to Bushy Park and Hampton Court Park with its royal palace.
Then there are world famous attractions such as Twickenham Stadium, home of the England rugby union team, not to mention Kew’s spectacular Royal Botanic Gardens. Whether you’re admiring the art at the Shirley Sherwood Gallery, exploring the Museum of Richmond or taking the dog to Ham Common, don’t miss charming riverside spots like Marble Hill Park and Strawberry Hill House and Garden.
Richmond upon Thames is a great place to live for families and those thinking of having children in the near future, thanks to a number of wonderful local schools. Richmond’s St Elizabeth’s Catholic Primary, East Sheen Primary and Twickenham’s St Mary’s CofE and St James’s Roman Catholic Primary are all classed as outstanding by Ofsted and great choices for little ones.
When it’s time to move on to secondary school, Grey Court School in Ham, St Richard Reynolds Catholic High School in Twickenham and Orleans Park School are all in the education board’s top band. If you’re looking for a private school, options include Radnor House, St Catherine’s School and the all-through German School in Petersham.
Richmond upon Thames transport links
The local council encourages green forms of travel through initiatives like its cycling strategy, while it also promotes accessible travel schemes to help those with disabilities or mobility problems. As well as plenty of bus stops, there’s a good amount of train stations across the borough, while the Tube’s District line stops at Kew Gardens and terminates in Richmond. These two places also offer Overground services.
The Richmond upon Thames property scene
As such a desirable area and with charming Victorian and Georgian properties around the borough, house prices in Richmond are considerably higher than the London average. With prices enduringly strong, this is a great part of the capital to invest your money in, and you can do just over the border with Hounslow.Whether you’re snapping up an expertly designed 1 or 2 bedroom apartment off Alexandra Road just a mile from Twickenham Stadium or looking at the Acton area a few miles north of the river, make sure you ask your adviser about like our scheme when you call us up to enquire about your new home.